Responsible Gambling Advocacy Centre (RGAC) archive

The Responsible Gambling Advocacy Centre (RGAC) was an organisation set up and funded by the Victorian government to assist people to make informed and sensible choices about gambling. RGAC ran from January 2010 to June 2012. Its resources and many of its functions were transferred to the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation and in particular to the foundation's Gambling Information Resource Office (GIRO).

RGAC publications on gambling are provided on these pages to assist those inquiring or researching into aspects of gambling in Victoria and Australia.

RGAC publications 

RGAC research updates

RGAC discussion papers

RGAC submissions

  • Tom

    Hello, I'm 24 and I lost over 5000 dollars today gambling on baccarat, I've been trying to chase my ...

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  • John

    I am writing this story on 1 January at 7 am, basically lying on a sofa with a huge headache, but no ...

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